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    Short theme for woodwinds

    Hello,

    Here is a very short theme. Woodwinds play solo, orchestra in the background.

    Theme No. 1

    Aleksandar

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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    Nice work!

    I hear a bit of Elfman influence in this as well, with perhaps a touch of Goldsmith.

    The repeating rhythm motif is quite interesting... A strong accompaniment to the lead woodwind.

    Great job!


    ~Jeff

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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    Aleksandar,

    I cannot get your link to work. You may want to remove the period "No.". I will listen to it as soon as you have a good link.

    Thanks.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com

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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBric
    Aleksandar,

    I cannot get your link to work. You may want to remove the period "No.". I will listen to it as soon as you have a good link.

    Thanks.

    Gary

    www.garybricault.com
    Hi Gary,

    I think it might be something on your side. I checked the link just now and it worked. Please try again later.

    Thank you,

    Aleksandar

    http://www.esnips.com/doc/66f0f449-6...heme-No.-1.mp3

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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    Quote Originally Posted by jsp2
    Nice work!

    I hear a bit of Elfman influence in this as well, with perhaps a touch of Goldsmith.

    The repeating rhythm motif is quite interesting... A strong accompaniment to the lead woodwind.

    Great job!


    ~Jeff
    Jeff,

    The similarity puzzles me, for I have never listened Elfman and Goldsmith deliberately (except the Batman theme which I have in midi format). My "spiritus movens" is Miklós Rózsa, but unfortunately his influence is not noticeable in my works.

    Thank you for listening and comment.

    Aleksandar

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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    This is deranged. I loved it! The accompaniment to the woodwinds was excellent. And it does have a Danny Elfman-esque quality to it. Because it is dark but somewhat whimsical at the same time.

    I'm sorry I don't have any constructive criticism to give. I just truly enjoyed the piece.

    Thank you for sharing this.
    - Michael
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    - Michael Fortunato

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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    Quote Originally Posted by mfortunato
    This is deranged. I loved it! The accompaniment to the woodwinds was excellent. And it does have a Danny Elfman-esque quality to it. Because it is dark but somewhat whimsical at the same time.

    I'm sorry I don't have any constructive criticism to give. I just truly enjoyed the piece.

    Thank you for sharing this.
    - Michael
    Thank you Michael. I enjoyed reading your comment. Your and others comments help getting the most out of oneself.

    Aleksandar

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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    A very nice theme and arrangement, Aleksandar!
    I like it well.
    Is it a harpsichord in backgound? It does it great!
    IMO, it could be a good film soundtrack theme, all along the story, with variations...
    Mayer
    ...and I said to myself: "What a wonderful world"!

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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    A great theme with strong harmonics and a very convincing sound!

    Hannes
    All your strings belong to me!
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    Re: Short theme for woodwinds

    I like your piece too, Aleksandar. And I find it not to short. Just right in length. It is really a good filmscore, as mbarouh said. Please post more of such inspired and inspiring music.

    R.

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